Features & Highlights
- Easy transfer: articulation agreements with most Washington State four-year colleges
- Supportive learning: students fulfill the majority of their chosen major's requirements in small, supportive class environments with close faculty attention
- Scholarships: program-specific funding available through the Foundation
- Graduate with honors: students can apply to the optional Honors College at Shoreline for advanced classes, research opportunities, leadership experience and additional transfer support
Program Learning Outcomes
- Describe differences and similarities in how people across the globe experience social, cultural, economic, or political systems.
- Examine the interactions between societies and individuals.
- Apply methods of a specific discipline to interpret an expression of the human experience.
- Identify methods scientists use to explain aspects of the natural world.
- Use scientific laboratory practices within a field or discipline to investigate a scientific concept.
In addition to the outcomes above, students will gain the skills and knowledge included in Shoreline Student Learning Outcomes (SSLOs): Communication, Critical Thinking, Equity & Social Justice, Information Literacy, and Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning.
Students can pursue a general AADTA or choose a pre-major to help guide them towards a specific subject. If you don't see what you're looking for, contact us and we can help craft a custom planning guide to meet your goals.
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